Ryan Reynolds calls it the craziest car chase ever committed to film. I call it – unbelievable When I saw the trailer for this movie the first thing I did was to see if I could buy the Lime Green Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrafoglio featured in the car chase. No
Hi, Bob Aldons, The Car Guy, with some scurrilous information about some of the new car brands that I had in a previous life. From 1978 to 2015, I was as a salesman, sales manager, general manager and the owner of new car dealerships including Ford, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Suzuki, Chrysler,
Fiat Chrysler’s Jeep, Chrysler and Dodge divisions may not be the flavour of the month/year/decade/century, but Alfa Romeo continues to shine. From an ANCAP viewpoint, Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio have passed the latest round of tests with the brand achieving some of the highest ever scores in the area of Adult Occupant Protection.
Sprint nameplate could be resurrected for long-awaited two-door variant – Alfa Romeo. The Alfa Romeo Giulia Coupe, as seen in our rendering, is expected to break cover later this year and may use the Sprint name.(Photo by Autocar)
Power, poise, and presence built for back roads, not two-track trails – Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio.Hi Bob Aldons, The Car Guy presenting the Autoweek article on their first drive in the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio. I’ve owned a Guilia QV and my first impression of Alfa’s first SUV is that it will sell well in Australia, provided the experience is similar to what Robin Warner had at the first drive of this vehicle. The headline picture says Alfa Romeo all over. If I didn’t know differently, I’d say that it’s a Guilia front end, so at least the folks at Alfa Romeo are keeping the family look. Here’s what Robin Warner has to say on his first drive. He writes for the American market so forgive references to non-metric weights and measures
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